Premier League clubs have already splashed out a whopping sum of £571, making it the fifth-most highest spending window ever, since the transfer window opened we’ve seen some enormous cash spending at this early stage, including Bernardo Silva, Pickford, Lacazette, and Lukaku.
The summer transfer window is scheduled to close on August 31 at 11 pm, leaving clubs to have a lot of time for transfer bargains as of now being negotiated to be finalized. On the off chance that things proceed with a similar line, last year’s £1.165 billion transfer expense will be surpassed this summer.
Madrid star Alvaro Morata’s £70m price-tag, and Borussia Dortmund striker Aubameyang can likewise go at a price valuation of ( £70m) and this would see Chelsea add to the total spending, and in addition in succeeding the tug-of-war between the Blues and Red Devils for Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Manchester United broke the bank last season with the record-signing of Paul Pogba for £89m, and it was nothing unexpected that the total expense surpassed £1 billion surprisingly.
This year, Pep Guardiola led side are not left behind, having effectively splashed out for Monaco’s midfielder Bernardo Silva (£43m) and Ederson (£35m). Liverpool also affirmed the signing of Egyptian Messi Mohamed Salah (£39m), but they have also been connected with various other big moves.
The transfer window is long and there is the ideal opportunity for some more signings to take after, to push the current year’s total transfer expense considerably higher and Who knows? perhaps another groundbreaking record is set to be broken.